Thursday, December 17, 2015

Star Wars: The Force Awakens gets rave reviews; Bob Beckel-new life in Christ...more

Cameron 'warned ISIS run camps' from where UK is getting 20,000 Syrian refugees The Prime Minister has come under under fire after the International Development Committee, which is investigating the Syrian refugee crisis, received evidence that ISIS and other Islamic extremist groups were running the camps within the war-torn country, but also in Lebanon and Jordan where the majority of the 20,000 heading for the UK are currently based.

A report by Barnabas Fund, an organisation which helps persecuted Christians across the globe, said Mr Cameron was told there were Islamic extremists within the refugee camps for displaced Syrians in Lebanon when he visited them in September, weeks BEFORE any of the refugees began coming to the UK.

Mr Cameron announced the extended number of asylum seekers in September after the harrowing image of the Syrian boy who drowned trying to get to Europe went around the globe...

Bob Beckel: Around for a reason
A political operative who ‘should be dead’ instead found life in Christ... Amazing!

Wheaton College Suspends Hijab-Wearing Professor ...Wheaton College said the disciplinary action was taken not because Hawkins was wearing a hijab, but "in response to significant questions regarding the theological implications of statements that [Hawkins] made about the relationship of Christianity to Islam." Hawkins will receive “the full review to which she is entitled as a tenured faculty member,” the college stated...

Yale students sign petition calling for repeal of 1st Amendment College students at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, were purportedly caught on camera signing their names to a document that said the First Amendment of the US Constitution ought to be repealed.

Ami Horowitz appears in the footage, speaking with students on campus and asking for their signatures.

The students' faces have been blurred out...

High School Seniors Now Prefer Marijuana to Cigarettes
More students in the 12th grade said they smoked pot every day, compared to those who smoke daily cigarettes, finds a new federal report. It’s the first time since the survey began in 1975 that daily marijuana use surpassed cigarettes.

The “Monitoring the Future” survey released on Wednesday shows that 6% of 12th graders used marijuana every day—about the same rate as last year—while 5.5% of seniors reported smoking cigarettes daily. (That’s a drop from 2014, when 6.7% of high school seniors smoked cigarettes every day.)...

Star Wars: The Force Awakens gets rave reviews
The first full reviews for the new Star Wars film The Force Awakens have hailed it as "a triumph" and "a classic".
UK newspapers were happy with the movie, with many awarding it five stars.
The Times critic Kate Muir wrote: "Adults will be floored by tearful nostalgia because this is a classic."... BBC


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